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RE: how can I change svn path completly?

From: M <marcus.rohrmoser_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-06-02 10:52:58 CEST

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| After I rename(move) some svn path to another name, I cannot get old
revision from new path

Honestly I don't quite understand. Please tell me
- - Do you want to move or copy the repository as a whole or copy stuff
inside the repository?
- - Is 'xxx' inside the repository or is it the repository itself?

| ex)
| svn co http://SVN/xxx
| cd xxx
| edit somefile
| svn ci somefile
| cd ..
| svn copy http://SVN/xxx http://SVN/yyy

'svn copy URL1 URL2' creates new revision. URL2 is not existing in the
previous revision naturally

| svn co http://SVN/yyy
| cd yyy
| svn log somefile -> (full history is shown)

might be misleadung

| svn up -r "old_revision" somefile -> (failed to checkout)

yes - if "old_revision" is older than the "svn copy" revision, somefile
isn't there yet.

| How can I change svn path with full history and all old-revisions?
| Thank you.!

The *content* of somefile in the most recent revision is the one you
want, right? So again, what's the problem?
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